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How Enterprise Voice Has Changed

Want to know how much Enterprise Voice has changed? Check out the companies that are keynoting the two biggest VoIP events. ITEXPO Keynotes in February were from iconectiv; Jeff Pulver; vmware; IBM; Onvoy and RingCentral. Enterprise Connect keynotes this...

The Desk Phone is Not Done .. Yet

OBIHAI, Grandstream, Yealink, Yeastar and VoIP Supply were just a few of the booths at ITEXPO with desk phones. While many say that the desk phone is over, there are still companies that say Not So Fast! They were...

ITEXPO: The UC Outlook

The future of UC is bright says a number of executives at UCaaS providers. But is it? I spoke with a few VoIP executives including CoreDial at ITEXPO. There are two separate layers: cheap voice or POTS replacement and...

A Quick Look at Emerging Technologies for Next Week

Heading into ITEXPO next week, I am prepping for my session on Differentiation for SPs (Marketing) as well as my Women in Tech panel. The week after that I am in Nashville for FISPA speaking on SD-WAN, Marketing Fiber...

Telecom is a Good Industry For Women

On Wed., 2/8th at ITEXPO, there will be a panel discussion titled Women in Tech. One of the panelists is Karin Fields, CEO & COO of master agency, Microcorp. Here is a brief interview we did together. ME: What...

Women in Tech at ITEXPO

On Wed., 2/8 at 3 pm, I will be moderating a panel on Women in Tech at ITEXPO in Ft Lauderdale. Why is a guy moderating this panel? Probably because I wanted to see this session at ITEXPO. When...

MSP EXPO Panel on Differentiation

MSP EXPO is collocated at ITEXPO in February in Fort Lauderdale. I will be moderating one panel: "How to Differentiate Your Telecom, Managed, Hosted, and Cloud Services for Revenue Growth". The panelists will be Jim DeBald of CoreDial; Eric...

Happy New Year!

Thanks for being a reader! Best wishes for a healthy and prosperous new year! Hope to see you at ITEXPO in Ft Lauderdale on Feb 8-10! Let's meet for coffee. ...

UCaaS Growth Forecasts

Per a TMR study, "the global market is expected to reach a value of US$61.9 bn by the end of 2018 from US$22.8 bn in 2011. The market is estimated to exhibit a strong 15.70% CAGR between 2012 and...

Research Firms Missed Again on UC

MarketsandMarkets states that the UCaaS market size is expected to grow from USD 17.35 Billion in 2016 to USD 28.69 Billion by 2021, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 10.6% during the forecast period. In contrast, Transparency...

Open Source Versus Commercial Software (Part 3)

At ITEXPO West in Anaheim last year, I moderated a couple of panels on Open Source software, including one on Open Source in the Service Provider with Alan Percy of Dialogic and Anand Buch of Netsapiens. [see here] We...

How To Win at UCaaS

Wainhouse research says that the UCaaS industry will grow at a rate of 24% year over year. 8x8 is doing that with their revenue. "Total revenue of $53.2 million increased 29% year-over-year; service revenue of $48.9 million increased 29%...

End of Year Summary (Tidbits part 2426)

Lots of lists and best of posts out there. I am just going to run through the tidbits that I thought were interesting. Citrix bought the auto-attendant in the cloud company, Grasshopper, earlier this year for about $161.5 M...

Cloud Comms On the Rise

Cloud based unified communications to increase by 466% in 2016 [source] Share of cloud in unified communications to rise from 6% in 2015, to 28% in 2016 [source] Interesting the news the rise in cloud communications. Actually the shocking...

Data Centers are Hot

The Internet lives in a Hotel in NYC. Nice look at a carrier hotel. "The third party data center market is in continual growth mode," JLL said in its 2015 report on data centers in North America. "Data centers...

End of Year News Tidbits (Part 2425)

As we end this year, there has been a flurry of "news". Sprint gave its employees layoffs for the holidays. Despite the cash from Softbank, Sprint is losing ground to T-Mobile and has little hope of catching up to...

Sliding into 2016

As we slide into 2016, the web is full of predictions. (Bill Miller's UC predictions are here.) 2015 consisted of M&A, musical chairs and hacks. Next year, more of the same. We are ending 2015 with a revelation that...

Open Source in the Service Provider

At ITEXPO in Anaheim in October, I moderated two panels on Open Source in the Service Provider. The content was so good (read Alan Percy's summary here) that we got back together to record it as a podcast that...

Will You Be in Anaheim Next Week?

Sunday I make a stop in Atlanta for a few hours for Microcorp's One on One annual event.Then I jet to LAX for ITEXO and CVX Expo in Anaheim. Are you in Channel Management? My session, Rev Up Your...

Making Referrals Work

"Salespeople who actively seek out and exploit referrals earn 4 to 5 times more than those who don't." Now that stat may be old [source], but referral based selling is a successful. Think about Angie's List, Yelp, TripAdvisor, Amazon...

Cable Will Win

The Telecompetitor spends a lot of space on Chattanooga's muni network - as if it was the perfect model for a Gigabit network. Two problems with it: (1) it cost taxpayers literally millions of dollars via bonds and federal...

News Tidbits Part 2916

Some different things happening in the VoIP industry. Let's take a look. Phonism has come out of beta with their VoIP end-point management system. 8x8 "announced it is offering an unprecedented Service Level Agreement (SLA) to qualified enterprise customers...

Why Social Media Might Matter

Gary Vaynerchuk in a 2012 keynote at Inbound said a bunch of good stuff, but this was most profound: "I don't care about Facebook, Pinterest, tumblr, twitter. I care about social media because it sells shit! ... this is...

The Culture of Complacency

"In their book "In Search of Excellence," Tom Peters and Robert Waterman list a "bias for action" as the first of eight attributes that distinguish excellent and innovative companies. Many of the companies they studied were very "analytical in...

The Wholesale Paradox

The FCC is voting on the anti-muni laws this month. Quite a few states - triggered by the big money of the Duopoly - have passed laws outlawing government broadband networks. The FCC sees the Chattanooga Gig Initiative by...
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